Author Archives: Eric
I recently wrote a piece for Writer’s Digest called “Collaborating With Your Subconscious” about a subtle element in the writing process. Thanks to Chuck Sambuchino, the Guide to Literary Agents editor, for inviting me and hosting. It’s live today — check it out HERE.
Not If I See You First now available in German from Carlsen! The German translation of Not If I See You First is called, How I See You. Find it online at the Carlsen website: HERE.
What’s a NOVLbox? It’s a care package offered by TheNOVL. What’s inside? It’s a mystery! Not to me, because I got to pick out everything in it…I might have even made something myself to include. I promise it’s LOTS OF COOL STUFF … Continue reading
Welcome to YA Scavenger Hunt! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors…and a chance to win some awesome prizes in a scavenger … Continue reading
Not If I See You First now available in Dutch from Gottmer! The Dutch translation of Not If I See You First has the intriguing title, What You Do Not See. Find it online at the Gottmer website: HERE.
Not If I See You First now available in Hebrew from Yediot Aharonot Books The Hebrew translation of Not If I See You First, in paperback, has the evocative title, See You Tomorrow. Find it online at the Yediot Aharonot … Continue reading
What Is Normal? I won’t truck out a formal definition of “normal” because we all know what it means, right? “I need some paper.” “What kind?” “Just plain paper. The regular kind.” “Okay, here you go.” “No, I mean normal … Continue reading
#YAtakeover 2.0 is a digital YA festival that will take place all this weekend on Twitter, organized by The YA Fictionados. I’ll be on a panel of YA authors discussing “What Is Normal?” from 6:00pm-6:45pm BST (that’s 10:00-10:45am Pacific Time). For a … Continue reading
Not If I See You First now available in French from Éditions Nathan The French translation of Not If I See You First, in paperback, has the marvelous title, Tell Me If You Smile. Find it online at the Éditions Nathan website: HERE. … Continue reading